“A PROUD MOMENT” FOR BRITISH MANUFACTURER

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New product unveiled ahead of Badminton launch.

Equi-Trek has invited dealers from across the UK to view its British-made Apollo trailer. 

The new design, manufactured at the company’s facility in Epworth, North Lincolnshire, will be launched to the public at Badminton Horse Trials next month (4 – 8 May).

The Apollo has been in development for two years. Testing has included simulating a full lifecycle of being driven, says Equi-Trek.

“We’ve already seen a huge demand with many deposits taken to secure May delivery,” said Tom Janion, managing director at Trek-Group. 

“We can’t wait to see the trailer in use across the UK and then overseas. It’s a proud moment for the team who have worked incredibly hard over the last two years to create the Apollo.” 

A production line for the new trailer has been established at Equi-Trek’s factory. Enquiries about new dealerships are welcome, says the company. 

The 2,000kg Apollo retails at £6,999 including VAT, and the 2,600kg model at £7,299 including VAT.

Equi-Trek dealers and the management team enjoyed a tour of the company’s Equi-Trek dealers and the management team enjoyed a tour of the company’s North Lincolnshire facility. From left, Jeremy Lovatt of Equi-Trek, Ian Pedler of Trek Trailers, Jodie Tindall of Equi-Trek, Annie Pushman of Equi-Trek Worcester, Chris Winchester of Equi-Trek Bury St Edmunds, Ross Pushman of Equi-Trek Worcester, Will Drury of Equi-Trek Bury St Edmunds, Tom Janion – Trek-Group managing director, Andy Wyer of SBS Trailers, Andrew Millington – Equi-Trek managing director, Russell Hodge of Equi-Trek Lincolnshire and Conor Thornton of Equi-Trek.

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